This quarterly depicts the life of Ella Bean Livingston. Interested in traveling, Livingston kept a journal that discusses her adventures and discoveries. Married twice and eventually having stepchildren and grandchildren, Ella became a major advocate and worker for the Red Cross and Parent Teacher Association. A major piece of this quarterly is the description Ella Bean Livingston leaves of her experience with the Native American tribe, the Sioux. Through this adventure, Livingston writes in her diaries about the Sioux’s beliefs and religious practices, as well as their lifestyle. After her death, Livingston’s diaries and pictures are left behind as a way to become a learning and educational tool for generations to come.